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Humble Games continues staff layoffs, claiming there will be “no impact” on operations

Be warned: this article is half news and half me ranting because I am sick of layoffs. I hate hearing that people’s livelihoods are at risk, and I hate that it’s not easy to get back up anymore because layoffs are industry-wide. There is nowhere these talented people can go so they leave the industry altogether. It’s like a black hole of art and talent that we will never see. It’s extremely depressing. And another hit came today over at Humble Games, the second time in less than a year for the indie publishing label.…

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